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Executioner's Mask

“ The Executioner’s Mask (iron mask), European, century. Artist: Unknown The Executioner’s Mask is probably part of a scold’s bridle, this iron mask was exhibited in the century.

Front view of the mysterious carved skull. (Klemens) The Carved Skull is a Rare Artifact As one can see, little is known about this skull. Unfortunately, its private ownership limits the ability of experts and academics to study it. While carved skulls are not unheard of, they are exceedingly rare. And one created with this level of skill and religious meaning is certainly a treasure.

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Are Star Wars Costumes Inspired By 1800s Firefighters?

dates from between the and World War I. Almost 100 years before Darth Vader and hit the big screen in “Star Wars” in these two smoke helmets were worn by firefighters carrying out rescues in smoke-logged buildings.

Siberian bear hunting armor - 1800s

now *that's* a bear hunting suit. Russian bear hunting armor from the century

Mask used for radium treatment of cancer of the head neck. These masks were used in the 1920’s were custom made for each patient.

Mask for radium treatment for cancer of the face and neck... 1920s.

Mask used for radium treatment of cancer of the head & neck. These masks were used in the & were custom made for each patient. so GLAD that some things HAVE changed.

Tower of London's iron Headsman's (executioners) Mask.18th century.

Tower of London's iron Headsman's (executioners) century.

"Two Flies Flew Into A Black Sugar Cobweb" by Carach Angren.

Interesting skeleton from the Mutter Museum in Philadelphia of medical science, equipment and history.

Yupik Face Mask, late 19th century, Alaska Wood, pigment. Collected in late 19th century by Bishop Farhout, MacKenzie River area

Wood, pigment, Collected in late century by Bishop Farhout, MacKenzie River area. The Metropolitan Museum of Art~

The 16thC Cathedral of Salamanca, Spain restoration in 1992 integrated modern and contemporary motifs, including a carved figure of an astronaut. The use of this motif was in the tradition of cathedral builders and restorers including contemporary motifs among older ones as a way of signing their works. The person responsible for the restoration, Jeronimo Garcia, chose an astronaut as a symbol of the 20thC.

Cathedral of Salamanca constructed in 1102 features magnificent stone carvings on all its walls, but one of them appears to be a fully dressed astronaut in a space suit. What a century astronaut is doing on the walls of a c.

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